Director of real estate company in Rostov-on-Don embezzled 8 mln rubles of depositors
In the Soviet region of Rostov-on-Don department's group of MIA on economic security and anti-corruption unveiled an economic crime associated with real estate transactions.
Investigation was initiated upon the request of a woman to the police about the theft of a large sum of money. The Main Directorate of MIA in Rostov Region stated that the money were fraudulently acquired.
Investigation conducted inline with the signal from a victim showed that the CEO of one of the Rostov's real estate agencies attracted investments from clients. The investment contracts implied that the agency obligated to pay monthly percentage on invested amounts.
However, according to the investigation, the conditions of contracts were not followed by the suspect, but money were appropriated. As a result of this activity she has received 8 mln rubles from Rostov's residents.
The criminal case was filed against the entrepreneur under Part 4 of Article 159 "Fraud" of the Russian Criminal Code. Now she faces a punishment up to imprisonment for ten years.
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